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Think Percy Jackson with an exotic Indian twist! Is the ancient Lamp of Bharata in the Museum of Indian Arts really cursed? Aru says that’s rubbish. We say: uh-oh! Aru is sure the myth is just a silly story. After all, she’s always stretching the truth a little – pretending to be a princess, or to have a chauffeur. So she doesn’t think there’s any harm in lighting the lamp. Trouble is, some stories are true. And when Aru lights that lamp, she wakes the God of Destruction, and freezes her whole family in time. Double uh-oh…
- Hugely entertaining fantasy full of action and humour
- Perfect for fans of Percy Jackson and David Baddiel
- By the bestselling author of The Star-Touched Queen
- Crackling with humour, pace and relatable characters
“Has everything I like: humour, action, great characters and awesome mythology!” Rick Riordan
“A new star is born.” Eoin Colfer
May 3rd, 2018
AR book level: 4.7; Middle years; 12.0 points
- 320 pages
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